Most of us are working remotely (and at home) – how is it going?


Most of us are working remotely (and at home) – how is it going?


How Justitia continues to support clients


Dear Justitia Clients and visitors,

Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, we have decided to close our physical office.

Our lawyers continue to work remotely, and we have put measures in place to ensure they can be easily contacted, and that our provision of services and support remains uninterrupted. To contact Justitia lawyers, please click here.

If you are looking for a referral in relation to obtaining advice about a personal employment matter, please contact our legal research assistant on lra@justitia.com.au or (03) 8621 4500. For any other enquiries, please do not hesitate to contact our Practice Manager, Emily Kalatzis on (03) 8621 4555 or reception on (03) 8621 4500.

For the latest information regarding COVID-19, we have created a COVID-19 Information Hub.




Helping you create a healthy progressive and sustainable work environment for your team.

Since 2005, our passion has been to work with organisations across Australia to create and sustain exceptional workplaces.

Justitia is an award-winning workplace law firm focused on delivering positive outcomes informed by good business sense. Our lawyers understand that exceptional workplaces need more than just legal solutions. That’s why we work together with professionals from a range of disciplines to give our clients the very best workplace advice.

As advisors to employers, we think it’s important to model best practice in our own workplace. Justitia has been recognised by its peers in the legal industry, and by experts in the human resources sector, not only for the quality of our work, but also for our unique workplace culture, innovative work practices and genuine commitment to sustainable lawyering.


Justitia values its staff, clients and our environment. We are committed to protecting our environment through minimising our impact on it. We do this by:

  • recognising that we all individually play a role in protecting the environment;
  • identifying specific roles and responsibilities for key employees in leading us in these objectives;
  • integrating our environmental policy and commitment by consciously reducing waste, recycling, minimising printing as well as use of water, electricity and plastics;
  • actively avoiding the use of disposable plastics;
  • maintaining a paper-light office;
  • considering the most environmentally friendly means of travelling to clients, courts and tribunals;
  • implementing, maintaining and updating our environmental sustainability policies and procedures;
  • taking an interest in environmental initiatives and integrating these into our workplace such as Earth Hour and providing facilities to enable our employees to ride to work; and
  • sharing our commitment to environmental sustainability with our clients and the wider community.